Industrialization and its Discontents (1)

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Day Two Industrialization and its Discontents Big Questions : How did the United States become a mature industrial society? Who benefited most from the economic and political system of the Gilded Age? The least? What caused reaction against the forces of industry and business in the Gilded Age? How did Americans respond to the overwhelming “labor question”? Key Terms : “Gilded Age” Thomas Edison Henry Ford Montgomery Ward “Vertical Integration” Swift Meats “Horizontal Combination” Standard Oil D.L. Moody Andrew Carnegie Thorstein Veblen William Graham Sumner Social Darwinism George Rice Evangeline Booth Joseph Finnerty Knights of Labor American Federation of Labor (AFL) Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) Great Railroad Strike (1877) Haymarket Affair (1886) Homestead Strike (1892) Sherman Antitrust Act (1890) Charlie Chaplin
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